Wisconsin Wins Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournament Title
Nov. 12, 2017


WESTFIELD, Ind. – The fifth-seeded Wisconsin men’s soccer team won the Big Ten Tournament Championship after defeating Indiana with a 4-2 penalty kick decision, in Sunday’s championship game at Grand Park. 

With the win, the Badgers earned their first Big Ten Tournament title since 1995 and the Big Ten’s automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament. Wisconsin will make its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2013, and seventh trip in program history.

After a scoreless double-overtime match, the Badgers netted four penalty kicks to Indiana’s two. Isaac Schlenker, Tom Barlow and Phillipp Schilling each scored a ball from the stripe, while Mark Segbers sealed the win with the fourth shot. Schilling ended the game with eight saves.

The NCAA Selection Show will air live on NCAA.com on Monday, Nov. 13, beginning at 1 p.m. ET.

All-Tournament Team
Tommy Katsiyiannis, Northwestern
Sebastian Elney, Maryland
Josh Levine, Penn State
John Freitag, Michigan State
Ivo Cerda, Michigan
Abdi Mohamed, Ohio State
Francesco Moore, Indiana
Grant Lillard, Indiana
Phillipp Schilling, Wisconsin
Alex Masbruch, Wisconsin
Tom Barlow, Wisconsin

Offensive Player of the Tournament: Tom Barlow, Wisconsin
Defensive Player of the Tournament: Phillipp Schilling, Wisconsin